This power point given by Terry Johnson, CDT, Tim Sweeney or Robin Miller highlights the development of the TAP, the team members involved, appointment protocol, sleep clinic interpretation, and insurance documentation and coding.
This power point given by Leah Anderson highlights the latest in shade taking. You will learn the three principals of color with the use of shade guides. There will be hands on shade taking. This presentation is focused for the doctor, assistants and those with a good eye for color. This course is ideal for staff meetings.
This power point given by Joe Barrett highlights the all-ceramic products and systems Dental Designs uses. Various all-ceramic products are discussed, including emax, full-contour zirconia and porcelain fused to zirconia. This includes prep designs and cementation. Joe also discusses the latest innovations in digital dentistry and Sirona Connect.
This power point given by Ben Sweeney and/or Terry Johnson, CDT highlights treatment planning, single, multiple and full denture implant case design and use of surgical guides. Screw retained vs. cement retained restorations. Surgical office and dental laboratory protocols plus the latest computer technology in scanning implant design. This presentation is focused for the doctor, oral surgeon and assistant.
This power point given by Ben Sweeney highlights the advancements in implant dentistry. It references advances in various implant systems and explains the emerging technology of porcelain application to milled titanium.
This power point given by Ben Sweeney highlights the various abutments used with various implant systems. It discusses the differences between CADCAM, machined and castable abutments.
This power point given by Terry Johnson, CDT is a comprehensive overview of design options for fully edentulous implants. Topics covered include treatment planning, appointment protocol, surgical guides, temporization of immediately place implants and abutment selection. Also included is a section on guided surgery using cat scans and computer designed guides.
This power point given by Terry Johnson, CDT highlights communication between the dental office and the laboratory. Involving prescription writing, appointment protocol, model work, relines and repairs. General overview of what the laboratory needs to return a quality restoration from the removable department.